Master Kaleidoscope Artist: Marc Tickle
|Marc Tickle: Another one of those stained-glass artists that get my vote for kaleidoscope master. He is also known as On Reflection. He has explored many wonderful new mirror configurations. While I am not much of a fan of his scope bodies, the intricate interiors more than make up for the exteriors. I view his recent output as some of the most truly innovative of our current artists.|
|Tauri: This is #6 of 27 and comes from 1996. A tapered mirror system produces an orb image, but he has added rays that radiate out from the planetary surface. Comes with 2 object cells. The body of the scope is playfully adorned with geckos.|
|Two-MIrror: A simple two-mirror scope, marked #228 and dating from 1995. It has fluid-filled ampules.|
|Danika: This one is #17 of 60 and is dated 1999. Another planetary image with radiating rays. In this one, most of the planetary surface is dark.|
|Star Gazer: This one is #4 of 50 and is dated 1997. The image is not easy to capture. It produces a star that seems to float in space about halfway down the barrel of the scope.|
|Grand Pinnacle: This is #14 of 25 and is dated 1995. A side-viewed kaleidoscope.|
|Fibonacci: This one is #22 of 25 and is dated 1998. Complex image consists of hexagonal layers with centrals stars.|
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